1st Year MBA students: You’re invited to Mock Interview Night

| September 20, 2022
Submitted by Alex Cotoc for DeGroote School of Business
This message does not apply to part-time students.

1st year MBA students! You’re invited to practise your interview skills with industry partners/alumnus and a small group of peers at our Mock Interview Night!

Learn effective interview skills through practice, observation and feedback.

Mock Interview Night details:

Tuesday, October 4

  • Time: 6 – 9:30 p.m.
  • Location: The RJC
  • Register: OSCARplus
    • Register by: Tuesday, September 27
  • Email your resume (in pdf) to mbacpd@mcmaster.ca by Tuesday, September 27
    • Indicate your 2 preferred work industries. No guarantee, but we’ll do our best to group you with a corresponding company representative!
    • After September 27, those who have not submitted their resume will be removed from the attendee list and students on the wait-list will be invited to participate

What you need to know:

  • Dress code: Business Formal
  • Interviews are not firm specific. If you would like to prepare, focus on your STAR stories as they relate to your current experiences on your resume
  • We recommend that you eat dinner before the event
  • This is a popular event and space is limited – register before Tuesday, September 27 to secure your spot!

If you have an accommodation need for this event, please email mbacpd@mcmaster.ca

This event is for 1st year MBA students only. All other registrations will be removed. 

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